All Faculty

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  • Jamie D. Aprile

    Jamie D. Aprile

    Adjunct Faculty

    Anthropology: Political economy, archaeological theory, excavation methods, lithic artifact analysis, European prehistory, Greek and Roman archaeology

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  • Aziza Bayou

    Aziza Bayou

    Adjunct Faculty

    Anthropology: Economic anthropology, political economy, New Orleans, colonialism, ethnicity and identity, adaptation, human evolution, immigration and transnationalism, tourism, pedagogy, methodology

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  • Jamie L Clark

    Jamie L Clark

    Assistant Professor

    Anthropology: Paleolithic archaeology, modern human origins, hunter-gatherer lifeways, zooarchaeology

  • Elizabeth Clay

    Elizabeth Clay

    Adjunct Faculty

    Anthropology: Historical archaeology, Caribbean anthropology, Landscape studies, French cultural and postcolonial studies, African Diaspora archaeology, Cultural Heritage

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  • David W Haines

    David W Haines

    Emeritus Faculty

    Anthropology: migration, governance, kinship, information technology, East and Southeast Asia

  • Cortney Hughes Rinker

    Cortney Hughes Rinker

    Associate Professor

    Anthropology: Medical anthropology, aging and end-of-life care, pain management, reproductive health, Islam, technology, gender, Middle East and North Africa, the United States

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  • Haagen Klaus

    Haagen Klaus

    Director of Undergraduate Program in Anthropology

    Associate Professor

    Anthropology: --Bioarchaeology, paleopathology, dental anthropology, mortuary analysis -- Forensic anthropology and forensic taphonomy -- Prehistoric and Historic Andean South America; organization of complex societies -- Health, violence, identity, and ethnogenesis -- Theory and methods in bioarchaeology

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  • Huwymin Lucia Liu

    Huwymin Lucia Liu

    Assistant Professor

    Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology; Political Anthropology; Politics, Economy and Religion; Socialism and Change; Subjectivity and Governance; Civil Society; Life and Death Studies; Ritual Studies; Culture and Emotion; Gender and Masculinity; China and Taiwan

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  • Christopher Morris

    Christopher Morris

    Assistant Professor

    Anthropology: Anthropology of medicine, environmental governance, extractive industries, indigeneity, ethnicity, colonial and postcolonial histories, im/material properties, southern Africa

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  • Rashmi Sadana

    Rashmi Sadana

    Associate Professor

    Anthropology: Urban space and design, social mobility and infrastructure, language politics and ideologies, cultural identity formation, ethnography and literature, postcolonial theory, globalization, India

  • Anne L Schiller

    Anne L Schiller

    Professor

    Anthropology: Identity, religion and ritual, tourism, Italy, Indonesia

  • Linda J Seligmann

    Linda J Seligmann

    Emeritus Faculty

    Anthropology: informal economies and markets, agrarian issues, gender relations, quinoa, culture and food, Latin America, Andean region, Peru; transnational and transracial adoption, U.S., anthropological theory and methods

  • Rick W. A. Smith

    Rick W. A. Smith

    Assistant Professor

    Anthropology: Genomics; Epigenomics; Ancient DNA; Power and Social Inequality; Settler Colonialism; Ancient Urbanism and Imperialism; Feminist, Queer, and Indigenous Science Studies. Primary geographic foci include the American South, Texas, Mesoamerica, and the Andes.

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  • Daniel H Temple

    Daniel H Temple

    Director of Graduate Programs in Anthropology

    Associate Professor

    Anthropology: Bioarchaeology, developmental stress, life history, evolutionary morphology, skeletal and dental biology, evolutionary theory, mortuary practices, hunter-gatherers

  • Susan R Trencher

    Susan R Trencher

    Associate Professor

    Anthropology: American culture, the anthropology of anthropology, sociology of knowledge, anthropological theory and practice, and the history of anthropology

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  • Bethany M. Usher

    Bethany M. Usher

    Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education

    Anthropology: Bioarchaeology, Evolution of Health and Disease, Growth and Development, Osteology, Diet